The Sunflower, v.71, no.46 (March 17, 1967)
The Sunflower, v.71 no.46. Wichita, Kansas, March 17, 1967. -12 pages
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Article(s): Civil rights suffer recession says Lewis / Jane Gilchrist -- Decision-making discussed by news forum panelists / Jane Gilchrist -- Student Congress hears members introduce motions -- Ugly Man competition gains $237 during first four days -- May Queen elections soon -- St. Patrick's holiday sparked by religion / Marilyn Ruggles -- 2 WSU students given fellowships at coffee Wed. -- Area fire hazard climbs as dry weather continues / Tom McVey -- 'Church Key' will present singers tonight in CAC -- First Kent State retreat hears faculty complaints -- Movie review: Father just hangs around in latest Winters spoof / J. LaForge -- Cadets will hold 41st military ball at the Cotillion -- Michigan State University coeds do more than 'take up space' -- Our friends (?) -- The quorum, plus one: Student government comments -- Alpha party requests vote on honor code -- Education theory aired at forum Wed. afternoon / Marilyn Ruggles -- Shocker spring flings abound among Greeks / Cheri Basta -- Dr. James Campbell works in zero defects program -- Monastery described by Episcopalian monk -- Audience is bewildered during Nagrin’s concert / Sandy Winkleman -- Sophomore wins 2 music honors -- Lecturer N.H. Bowles claims religion concept challanged [sic] -- Alpha Phi Omega undergoing change -- Oklahoma professor speaks of field work in Equador [sic] / Jane Gilchrist -- KU questionnaire backs Viet Nam escalation 3-1 -- AUP meeting slated at WSU Saturday in CAC -- High school students to be here Saturday -- KMUW quips -- Yank pilots in Thailand reminisce / Jack Foisie -- Competition set for Kappa Sig Cage Invitational -- 5 guest artists to lead season for orchestra -- Former politician to speak at WSU -- Meetings planned by local group to make study -- Added pitching, improved depth, boost Shocker baseball optimism / Mike Kiser -- Fifth place goes to Anchorettes; Army Blues 12th -- Lecture at East to feature talk by Nobel winner -- Shocker sportlights / Steve Gresham -- Shocker gymnasts travel to Cincy for first MVC gymnastics meet / Bob Jordan -- Shock tracksters to vie at KSU -- Thompson grabs top honors at banquet
Photograph(s): Kudos go to the WSU Building and Grounds department this week for their intrepid forecast of the weather in order to make things green for St. Patrick's Day. p. 1 -- Chester Lewis examined the state of the troubled civil rights movement before 150 students and visitors. p. 1 -- Did I do good? Did I do good? Did I get the job? p. 7 -- Eye Opener: Martha Lay, freshman. p. 8 -- Rifle team attends match: The Wichita State University Rifle Team was among 70 high school and college teams which participated in the 32nd Annual Invitational Midwest Indoor Camp Perry Rifle Match held Friday through Sunday, March 3-5 at Kemper Military School and College; Boonville, Mo. Team members are (from left) Christopher Ward; Richard Mayes; Paul E. Dannelley; Sergeant Major John King, coach; and William Wilson. p. 10 -- Verlyn Anderson, Shocker baseball coach foresees bright future for this year's squad. p. 10 -- Fred Burton. p. 11